2023 SAG Award Winners

City of Quincy and Woodard & Curran

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Project Goal

GIS and partner technologies are playing a critical role in modernizing the municipal approach to regulatory compliance in one of the oldest cities in the United States, Quincy Massachusetts. Legacy data compilation and arrangement, migration from third party dispersed GIS solutions to best practice enterprise solutions powered by ESRI technology, as well as implementation of partnered solutions like Microsoft SQL Server and Trimble Cityworks have all played an integral role in standardizing authoritative big data solutions to satisfy state and federal regulatory compliance and beyond.
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Business Problem Solved

Despite best efforts with traditional mechanisms, the municipality was falling short of regulatory expectations and risked non-compliant status with state and federal agencies if the applied solutions and their associated results did not improve.

Technology Implemented

ESRI ArcGIS Enterprise and companion applications (ArcGIS Pro, Web Maps, Web Apps, Experience Builder, Dashboards, Storymaps, Hubs, Survey 123, Field Maps, and more.

In addition, partner technologies such as SQL Server from Microsoft and Cityworks Enterprise from Trimble were used in concert with the ESRI technology to render our solutions.

Development Team Biography

City of Quincy Public Works and Engineering
Al Grazioso, Public Works Commissioner
Paul Costello, PE, City Engineer
Stephen Washburn, GISP, GIS Administrator
Jacquelyn Devin, GIS Technician

Woodard & Curran
Jake Needle, GISP, GIS Program Manager
Rachel Osborn, Technical Manager